Wednesday Apr 2 – 6pm to 7pm
you over the edge? Is your life a vicious cycle just to get the kids to
school, struggle through the workday, clean the house, cook dinner, talk
with your spouse, and have time for a romantic bubble bath? Take time to
regain your sanity and join Dr. Carolyn Ma for a look at your emotional,
mental, physical and spiritual being. For more information call the
Queen’s Medical Center 537-7117.
Wednesday Apr 3 to 6 – call for times
400 of the best level 8, 9 & 10 junior Olympian gymnasts from Alaska,
Montana, Washington, Idaho, Oregon and Hawaii will be competing for the
Region 2 Championship at the Neal Blaisdell Center. This is also a
competition for a spot to compete at the national level for Level 9 and
10. This is a great chance to watch local keikis compete in a high caliber
gymnastics competition. For more information call Joe or Wynn 235-4487.
Friday Apr 4 – 5pm till 11pm
support Make-a-Wish Hawaii at a benefit fundraiser on the Falls of Clyde
(Aloha Tower, Pier 7). For more information and tickets call 537-3118.
Friday Apr 4 – call for times
of Broadway’s biggest musical hits will be brought to the stage by the
Kamehameha Schools’ performing arts department. The shows will be
performed at the Princess Ruth Keelikolani Auditorium on April 4, 6, 11,
13 & 19. For additional show times and more information call 534-3940.
SCLEROSIS WALK 2003
Saturday Apr 5 – 7:30am
year’s walk will begin near the McCoy Pavilion in Ala Moana Park and
continues for 3 miles through the park. Along with approximately 1,000
walkers, actress Terry Garr is expected to join in the MS Walk. Following
the walk, teams of 10 or more people can participate in an obstacle
course, three-legged race and other fun events. For more information and
registration call 532-0806.
Saturday Apr 5 – 10am to 2pm
Child Abuse Hawaii and Partners for Prevention will sponsor the 6th
annual Teddy Bear round-up at the Ala Moana Center centerstage. Over 3,000
bears, of all sizes, shapes, colors and textures, are expected to join
some of Hawaii’s top entertainers for the event. For more information
Saturday Apr 5 – 11am to 5pm
Trinity Lutheran School (1611 California Ave.) in Wahiawa will be hosting
a Spring Fling Fair. Live entertainment, $5 Outback Steakhouse plate
lunches, games, rock-climbing wall, jumpers, rummage sale, silent auction,
bake sale, keiki ID, face painting and health checks. For more information
JAM STREET FESTIVAL
Saturday Apr 5 – 4pm to 10pm
SPAM Jam Street Festival will come to a culinary climax on Kalakaua Avenue
in the heart of Waikiki as dozens of food booths will feature some of
Hawaii’s favorite SPAM recipes and various SPAM dishes. There will also
be craft booths, live entertainment, a SPAM eating competition, a SPAM
scavenger hunt, and much more. Admission is free and discounted parking of
$1 per hour is offered at various parking locations. For more information
call Lisa 545-4195.
Tuesday Apr 8 – 3pm
Ching-Fujii, one of Hawaii’s premier storytellers, will present Talespin-ners and World Weavers: A storytelling Sampler, at the
Kaimuki Public Library. This reading, designed specifically for children,
is part of the National Library Week 2003 celebration. For more
information call 831-6877.
CLUB OF HONOLULU
Thursday Apr 10 – 10am
Newcomers Club will have a welcome Aloha Coffee at a private residence.
For more information and reservations call 944-3310.
Friday Apr 11 to 17 – call for times
6th annual Hawaii International SPRING Film Festival will be held at the
Signature Dole Cannery Theatres. Expect the very best and latest in
independent and global cinema. For more information call 528-3456.
Friday Apr 11 – 6pm
Muscular Dystrophy Association will hold its annual soiree at the Royal
Hawaiian Hotel, Monarch Ballroom and Ocean Lawn. The party, emceed by Ben
Gutierrez, will include food from more than 15 restaurants and silent
& “super silent” auction. For more information and tickets call
Saturday Apr 12 – 11am to 3pm
Center will host a stroller contest
at the uptown court as part of the Keiki Spring Jamboree. There will also
be face painting, balloons, musical
entertainment and other family activities. For more information
ON THE BEACH
Sunday Apr 13 – 9:30am to 1:30pm
Hawaiian entertainment and sample food from the finest hotels here in the
state. The brunch will be located on Kalakaua Ave in Waikiki. For more
information call 523-4674.
Sunday Apr 13 – Noon to 2pm
how to care for your bunnies at a workshop being held at Borders Books in
the Ward Center. Dr. Tom Chlebecek (Makai Animal Clinic) will explain
about a proper diet, litterbox training, medical concerns and much more.
For more information call Cinde 381-5545.
LOVE KAILUA TOWN PARTY
Sunday Apr 13 – 11am to 4pm
Lani-Kailua Outdoor Circle presents an old-fashioned community day in
downtown Kailua behind the First Hawaiian Bank. The party will include
entertainment for children & adults, “Best Bites” from your
favorite Kailua restaurants, arts & crafts sale. “I Love Kailua”
souvenirs & t-shirts, and a free health screening by Castle Medical
Center. The event will feature Michael W. Perry and Kit Beuret as the
masters of ceremony. For more information call Susan 262-9479.
Friday Apr 17 – 10am to 4:30pm
Pacific University (Downtown Campus) will present its annual day long
intercultural event showcasing the cultural and ethnic diversity of the
student population. A parade throughout downtown Honolulu, performances
and cultural exhibits are among the highlights. For more information call
544-0200 or 554-1164.
Saturday Apr 19 – 7:30am
10k run and a 5k fun run/walk start and finish at Kaala Elementary School.
For more information call 621-2220.
Saturday Apr 19 – Noon
voices of Hawaii’s pre-eminent youth choir will ring loud and true
throughout the Pearlridge Center’s Up-town Court as they share a special
Easter weekend performance. For more information call 488-0981.
Sunday Apr 20 – 6:15am
Jeffrey E. Rhodes, USN, UCC minister and Deputy Chaplain for the Marine
Forces pacific will speak during the 102nd Annual Easter Sunrise Service
being held at the National Cemetery of the Pacific (Punchbowl). The Royal
Hawaiian Band and the Choir of Trinity Samoan United Church of Christ will
provide the music for the service. For more information call 536-8418.
OF ABUSE SURVIVORS
Apr 22 to 30–business hours
touring photography exhibit by nationally acclaimed photojournalist,
Nobuko Oyabu, sponsored by the Hawaii Coalition Against Sexual Assault,
will be on display at the Honolulu Hale (3rd Floor). For more information
call Paula 533-1637.
Wednesday Apr 23 – 7pm to 8pm
free seminar for first-time homebuyers will be held at the Castle &
Cooke Real Estate Center, 95-1091 Ainama-kua Dr, Mililani Mauka-the
seminar will be limited to 30 people. For reservations and information
FAMILY FAIR 2003
Friday Apr 25 & 26 – Noon to 10pm
family fair will be on the Iolani School fair grounds and will feature
great gourmet food from some of Hawaii’s best restaurants, games &
rides, local entertainers, silent auction, white elephant, plants, leis,
jams, jellies, the best kim chee in town, hot malasadas and more!
Returning is the ever popular 3 on 3 Basketball tournament and Reach for
the Stars Talent Contest sponsored by Local Motion. Doreen 943-2339.
Friday Apr 25 to 27 – call for times
Expo presents their 28th Annual Spring New Products Show at the Blaisdell
Center. The expo will feature new and interesting family products and
consumer services – cars, boats, motorcycles, surfing supplies,
fashions, crafts, sports cards and more. For more information call
ON THE PATH
Saturday Apr 26 – 8:30am
on the Path is a fun hiking club for people and their dogs. This hike will
follow the Likeke Trail, a beautiful trail that leads to a waterfall and a
lovely resting place. Bring towels, snacks and water for people and dogs.
For direction and more information call Kelli at the Hawaiian Humane
Society 946-2187 ext 217.
OF DIMES WALKAMERICA
Saturday Apr 26 – 7am
supports the mission of the March of Dimes, which is to prevent birth
defects and infant mortality. The walk starts at Kapiolani Bandstand and
there will be a special awards ceremony at the completion of the walk for
Walk Teams and individuals who raise $1,000 or more. For more registration
and information call 973-2155.
& WELLNESS FAIR
Saturday Apr 26 – 10:30am to 2pm
Living Healthy! The Windward Mall will be sponsoring a fair that features
health information, food samples, HPD keiki ID, activity booths, health
screenings and fun for people of all ages. For information call 235-1143.
Saturday Apr 26 & 27 – 9am to 5pm
Pacific Handcrafters Guild will have their 29th Annual Spring Festival at
Thomas Square Park across the Honolulu Academy of Arts. The festival will
include fine arts & crafts, pottery, wood, clothing, glass, jewelry,
seed leis, Japanese style bags, polymer clay art, folk art, metal
sculpture, miniature Hawaiian hula ornaments fish hook pendants and food
& entertainment. For more information call 841-0171.
FOUNDATION 10K RACE
Sunday Apr 27 – 7am
us for the 3rd Annual Gift of Life 10K
Race - sponsored by Fujisawa Health-care, Inc. as a benefit for the
National Kidney Foundation of Hawaii. The race begins at Magic Island and
ends at Kapiolani Park. At the park there will be a children’s center
(jumping castles, bouncers, face painting and crafts), free health
screenings in the health expo tent, BBQ lunch and continuous
entertainment. For more information and to register call 589-5933.
& SPLASH BIATHLON 2003
Sunday Apr 27 – 7am
biathlon starts at the Lanikai boat ramp in Kailua. The run is
approximately 2.8 miles around Lanikai and then the swim is 800 meters
parallel to shore. For information call 263-4070.